For the majority of you that do not know me my name is Attend and I stand here before you to tell you why I want to be your year 9 guild leader for 2015 1 have been attending Marked for only 6 months but I would be honored and privileged to represent this guild. I would give anything to be your year 9 guild leader, I feel that I can be positive leader and excellent role model for younger students as well as my peers. I am confident, well mannered, dedicated and an approachable student.
I am familiar with the leadership roles having been junior school captain, Junior house captain, environmental captain, Junior sports and arts captain at my old school, I am included in the choir and the year 8 hockey and netball team which I most likely enjoy doing. I believe the role of being a leader is more than Just a badge or getting noticed, to me it is about being a good hardworking leader and a representative of the school, respecting teachers and peer, being trustworthy and having pride in our community.
I would meet the challenges of being guild leader but I would approach it with enthusiasm and determination. If elected I would proudly represent this guild in anything and everything I do, I will make sure new students feel welcomed, I am willing to dedicate my extra time that I have into being a guild leader and to the responsibilities that come. I have to admit that I am not the smartest candidate for the role but I will put everything I can into this role because being a leader would not only be a privilege it would be my biggest leisure.
So I truly believe that I would make a wonderful guild leader as I have the ability to face challenges there may be along the way, but in the end, I hope to make a difference and I know it will be a rewarding role. I am a proud Australian, I’ll respect my teachers, peers and opinions and beliefs of others. I’ll uphold the rules and laws of my school and country and I will always do my best to aim high at Marked. Thank you for listening to my speech and I hope that you vote for me. Speech for leadership role By attendance